Lebanese minister hails Islamic unity at Imam Reza Qur'an museum
Lebanon's Minister of Culture has visited the Qur'an museum at the holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS) hailing a volume of Qur'an with five translations by Shia and Sunni translators as a sign for solidarity among Muslims.
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Mohammad Wesam al- Morteza, referred to the variety of objects and works in Quran Museum of the compound and said: “The version of Quran with five interpretations in a single volume in this museum is a sign of unity between Shia and Sunni Muslims”.
Expressing pleasure at visiting the holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS) in the Iranian northeastern city of Mashhad, he called the holy site as a reflection of art in almost half of the world.
Al-Morteza added: “Visiting museums’ different treasuries with different topics alongside the visual enjoyment one receives a sense of spirituality”.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the Lebanese official described works at Mr. Farshchian hall as "amazing and spiritual" and stressed, “Imam Reza holy shrine is half of the world from which many spiritualties can be taken”.
Mohammad Wesam al-Morteza who had a meeting with Institute of Libraries, Museums and Documents of Imam Reza Holy Shrine in the same visit to the holy compound expressed his country’s readiness to run joint cultural exhibition and to exchange information sources with Imam Reza holy shrine’s Central Library.